The votes are in and the young giraffe at the Fort Worth Zoo finally has a name -- Nakuru.
A household dog in Tarrant County has tested positive for COVID-19, state health officials confirmed.
A group that advocates for the victims of sexual abuse is calling out the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth for leaving the name of two accused priests off its list of abusive priests.
Tarrant County reported 820 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths Monday -- that includes cases from the holiday weekend.
A Fort Worth man who has fully recovered from COVID-19 is warning others to take this virus seriously.
A multi-day Independence Day celebration in the Fort Worth Stockyards was “dialed back” in the wake of the worsening coronavirus pandemic.
Organizers say the fireworks will be detonated at twice the normal altitude to make sure as many people as possible can the show.
An elderly couple in Texas reportedly died last week only 50 minutes apart from one other, while holding hands at a Fort Worth hospital, as each of them succumbed to complications from the novel coronavirus.
Record coronavirus case counts were reported across the state, including Tarrant County.
Wednesday was the first day of Fort Worth ISD’S mandatory online registration, where parents will let the district know of their intentions when classes resume in August.
Doctors at Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth are seeing a recent spike in COVID-19 cases.
Texas Christian University announced guidelines for students to return to campus in August.
Small and medium-sized businesses in Fort Worth are getting some big help – free masks for workers and customers.
A woman was found dead in a bullet-riddled car in south Fort Worth.
The family of an injured Fort Worth police officer said he is making progress in his recovery.
Fun and personal hygiene are the focus of a kids camp in Fort Worth.
Many community members in Fort Worth said they're tired of waiting for change, and they want an end to racism now.
Fort Worth ISD moved two graduations up earlier in the day to avoid Tarrant County’s order requiring people to wear face masks in public.
A Fort Worth city councilman tested positive for COVID-19 and is monitoring his symptoms.
The city of Fort Worth says it will work on some police reform demands brought by activist groups but says others aren't legally possible.